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Infant mortality rate not declining fast enough: UNICEF report 9.10.2006 New Kerala: Business India
Lucknow, Oct 9: At the current rate of decline in the under-5 Infant Mortality Rate (IMR), India is not likely to achieve the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) of bringing down the IMR to 40 per 1,000 live births for the year 2015, according to a UNICEF report.
Each sister's different 4.10.2006 Business Standard
Each sister's different
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Public health spending and outcomes in States 3.10.2006 HBL: Opinion
In the previous edition of Macroscan, C. P. Chandrasekhar and Jayati Ghosh discussed the inadequate levels of Central Government expenditure on health, which has led to increased private expenditure. In this edition, patterns of State government spending are examined, to consider whether there is any apparent relationship between public health expenditure and health outcomes in four States.
Jamir stresses on bringing down infant mortality rate 29.9.2006 The Navhind Times
Jamir stresses on bringing down infant mortality rate
Infant mortality rate comes down 29.9.2006 New Indian Express
Infant mortality rate comes down
Nepal successful in cutting infant mortality rate: UNICEF 19.9.2006 New Kerala: World News
Kathmandu, Sep 19: UNICEF has identified Nepal as one of the seven countries which has successfully cut infant mortality by two thirds in the last one and a half decade.
Infant mortality on the rise in Krishnagiri district 17.9.2006 Hindu: Front Page
KRISHNAGIRI: Despite concerted efforts by the Government to tackle malnutrition and anaemia, the infant mortality rate (IMR) in Krishnagiri district has registered an increase when compared with other districts. Though the number of female ...
3-pronged strategy to curb infant mortality 16.9.2006 New Indian Express
3-pronged strategy to curb infant mortality
Maternal and Infant Mortality rates constantly increasing in West Bengal 15.9.2006 New Kerala: India News
Siliguri (West Bengal), Sept 15: The maternal mortality rate (MMR) and the infant mortality rate is increasing at an alarming rate in East India especially in West Bengal, the best efforts to arrest the trend by the Central and State Governments.
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Heart of darkness: Only 36% rural 12.9.2006 The Statesman
Heart of darkness: Only 36% rural
Some progress, some stagnation 2.9.2006 Hindu: Opinion
From the preliminary data of the third National Family Health Survey emerges a mixed picture.
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`Coverage under immunisation programme still low' 1.9.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
More than 1.2 million infants die out of the 26 million live births every year, says expert
A pat from Delhi for Rajasthan 24.8.2006 Hindu: Other States
A remarkable reduction in infant mortality rate
Govt readies draft child right policy 22.8.2006 New Indian Express
Govt readies draft child right policy
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Medical scheme for infants evokes lukewarm response 18.8.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Paediatricians unsure of Government mechanism
Infant mortality rate high in Vellore 16.8.2006 New Indian Express
Infant mortality rate high in Vellore
Big steps to save the little ones 14.8.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Effort to reduce infant mortality rate
Breast feeding can reduce infant mortality  12.8.2006 Central Chronicle
Breast feeding can reduce infant mortality 
Assam’s bid to bring women to hospitals 7.8.2006 Deccan Herald
Assam’s bid to bring women to hospitals
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China launches campaign to promote breastfeeding 7.8.2006 New Kerala: World News
Beijing, Aug 7: Breast milk substitute producers in China have vowed not to publish commercials on breastmilk substitutes or otherwise take actions that may impact mothers' and babies' rights of breastfeeding, as part of a new campaign to promote breastfeeding in the country.
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